Former OSU Cowboy helps Colts to win
Monday, February 5th 2007, 12:26 pm
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MIAMI (AP) _ A former Oklahoma State Cowboy helped Indianapolis to Sunday night's Super Bowl win over Chicago.
Rookie offensive tackle Charlie Johnson was called on when Colts tackle Ryan Diem was injured.
Johnson spent most of his career at OSU as a tight end where he caught 20 passes for four touchdowns including a TD in the Cowboys' win over Oklahoma in 2002.
He switched to offensive tackle as a senior and became the first OSU offensive lineman to be drafted since 1986 when he was picked by the Colts in the sixth round last spring.